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Least to Most: Bruce - Darkness on the Edge of Town

“For the ones who had a notion, a notion deep inside,
That it ain’t no sin to be glad you’re alive
I wanna find one face that ain’t looking through me… 777 more words


Last Book Review of the Year: "Darkness on the Edge of Town" by Brian Keene

Brian Keene is one of those authors who has found his “voice” as a writer. While the premise with Darkness is very Stephen King-esque — a town waking up to a cloud of darkness around its entire borders — Keene’s approach to the subject is uniquely his own. 146 more words

Book Reviews

Acclaimed Albums - Darkness On The Edge Of Town by Bruce Springsteen

List item: Listen to the 250 greatest albums
Progress: 117/250Title: Darkness On The Edge Of Town
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Year: 1978
Position: #101

So here we are again with Bruce Springsteen. 306 more words

In Progress

I believe in a promised land

Being on a rock mid-Atlantic gives you some new perspectives.

Like why our jam doesn’t taste of fruit – and how we manage to keep our dogs quiet in the morning. 619 more words


Bruce Springsteen - Factory

• “Factory” set to a picture of the housing album cover. Thanks to Jonathan Enright.

“Great Folk Rock / Americana from the USA”

From his album “Darkness On The Edge Of Town” (Columbia JC-35318) released in 1978. 197 more words


Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run (Part Two) & Darkness On The Edge Of Town

From my perspective Darkness is the first great Springsteen album and reading his autobiography it sounds like he agrees.  He found his voice and the E Street Band found its sound.   433 more words

Music Reviews

"....And I Believe In The Promised Land..."

“Blow away the dreams that tear you apart,

Blow away the dreams that break your heart,

Blow away the lies that leave you nothing but lost and brokenhearted” 53 more words